ContiTech 2014 belt catalog now available

Posted on April 14, 2014

CRP Automotive has published its 2014 ContiTech Belts & Belt Kits Catalog, a 432-page applications guide that includes timing belts, serpentine belts, elast belts, silent and tough grip belts, as well as several different timing belt kit offerings.

To allow for easy fit and installation for all makes and models, the catalog provides measurements in inches. The ContiTech 2014 Belts & Belt Kits Catalog features applications, including many original equipment listings, for a wide range of vehicle makes including Asian, European and domestic passenger cars, vans, light trucks, and SUVs from Acura to Volvo. Select applications of some popular light and medium trucks are also included.

Helpful catalog sections include a vehicle and part number lookup, belt troubleshooting, an Interchange Guide, and the proper steps needed to replace the various types of belts. These sections are supplemented by illustrations showing the contents of each belt kit.

CRP says ContiTech belts and belt kits are backed by CRP’s automotive standard of excellence.

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Related Topics: ContiTech Belts & Belt Kits Catalog, CRP Automotive, Serpentine Belts, Timing Belts

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